Pippa Middleton has been spotted joining her brother James at a festive carol concert as the siblings displayed high spirits while their sister Kate Middleton continues a major environmental trip in Boston.
The Prince and Princess of Wales are currently touring Massachusetts for just three days, which will culminate with the Earthshot Prize awards ceremony set up by Prince William in 2021, in the city.
But back on home soil, the Middleton siblings put on a united front as they attended the event for Henry Van Straubenzee Christmas Carol concert at St Luke's Church in London.
All smiles, Pippa styled her brunette locks casually around her shoulders, and wore a burgundy double breasted button coat for the occasion.
With a black high-neck sweater underneath and a buckled belt round her middle, the younger sister echoed the princess's elegant style as she teamed her look with a matching clutch bag and black suede boots.
The 39 year old columnist, who is married to former racing car driver James Matthews, accessorised with hoop earrings and her signature sparkling diamond ring.
She paired her outfit with light, bronzed makeup and a slick of lipgloss to finish off.
Meanwhile, Pippa's husband James shared a grin as he strolled alongside his wife with hands in the pockets of his black button-down jacket, and wore a navy suit and red patterned tie underneath.
James Middleton opted for a velvet jacket, casual jeans, and a navy tie, as he held hands with wife Alizée Thevenet.
It comes as Kate and William undertook a number of engagements in Boston for their second day of the tour, only hours after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle released the trailer for their highly-controversial documentary series on Netflix.
While the Prince and Princess of Wales were conducting visits to non-profit organisation Roca and learning about all the environmental drives the city are pushing, fans of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were getting excited over the new series.
As well as some provocative teasing over the pair telling their "story", Harry and Meghan also shared a number of new snaps from their lives and relationship.
In the teaser clip, Kate was also featured looking particularly downcast at a Royal engagement in the UK before Harry and Meghan stepped down from their senior roles.
This has prompted some to claim Harry and Meghan are "waging war" against the Prince and Princess of Wales.
Amid the ongoing feud between the couples, a recent Channel 4 interview from Metropolitan Police counter-terrorism head and Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu, showed him claiming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex endured “disgusting” and “very real” threats against their lives from the far-right during their time as senior Royals.
As a result, royal expert Jennie Bond has now exclusively told OK! magazine that Harry's drive to protect his wife and leave the Royal lifestyle behind "makes sense".
While the trailer for the couple's new documentary series is already proving incredibly divisive, the TV star said it was the first time "we've heard of concrete threats against Meghan particularly".
"The language he [Neil] used was extraordinary. And when you read some of the things they were saying, it was disgusting. It was racial abuse. So it does give us further understanding of Meghan's unhappiness, her state of mind receiving threats like this, and of Harry's enormous drive to protect her," the expert continued.
"I mean, some people might have thought that it was exaggerated his claims that he was watching his wife suffer in the same way and under the same pressures as Diana.
"But clearly there was a serious level of abuse directed and threats directed at Megan."
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